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Jess Glynne shows off edgy style as in figure-hugging orange jumpsuit and mirrored shades

As a top selling pop star she’s an ace at putting on a show.

And Jess Glynne, 31, ensured the eyes of her audience were on her as she wore a bright orange outfit on stage at Newmarket Races on Friday evening.

The singer turned up the heat as she wore a figure-hugging jumpsuit that fit snugly to accentuate her womanly curves.  

Born to perform: Jess Glynne, 31, ensured the eyes of her audience were on her as she wore a bright orange outfit on stage at Newmarket Races on Friday evening

The garment appeared to have a flame design across it, with the shade perfectly matching 90s-inspired mirrored Balenciaga sunglasses.

The redheaded musician had her curly hair tied back on the back of her head in a high pony as she performed her hits.

Jess has kept a relatively low profile after she reportedly deleted her social media accounts in April. 

Ready to rock: The singer turned up the heat as she wore a figure-hugging jumpsuit that fit snugly to accentuate her womanly curves

Ready to rock: The singer turned up the heat as she wore a figure-hugging jumpsuit that fit snugly to accentuate her womanly curves

In the design: The garment appeared to have a flame design across it, with the shade perfectly matching 90s-inspired mirrored Balenciaga sunglasses

In the design: The garment appeared to have a flame design across it, with the shade perfectly matching 90s-inspired mirrored Balenciaga sunglasses

Sing it loud: The redheaded musician had her curly hair tied back on the back of her head in a high pony as she performed her hits

Sing it loud: The redheaded musician had her curly hair tied back on the back of her head in a high pony as she performed her hits

The decision came to deactivate her social media after being relentlessly trolled following her apology for using a transphobic slur.

She had allegedly been told to ‘go die’ in vile messages and now feels her online relationship with fans has been ‘ruined,’ after facing backlash for using the slur during an interview on a podcast.

Jess had previously issued a lengthy Instagram apology vowing to ‘educate’ herself after sparking outrage by telling a story that included the transphobic slur. 

In the eyes: The musician wore a cool pair of Balenciaga sunglasses to match her orange costume, with a reflection being visible in the glass

In the eyes: The musician wore a cool pair of Balenciaga sunglasses to match her orange costume, with a reflection being visible in the glass

On the down low: Jess has kept a relatively low profile after she reportedly deleted her social media accounts in April

On the down low: Jess has kept a relatively low profile after she reportedly deleted her social media accounts in April

Tough choices: The decision came to deactivate her social media after being relentlessly trolled following her apology for using a transphobic slur

Tough choices: The decision came to deactivate her social media after being relentlessly trolled following her apology for using a transphobic slur

She had allegedly been told to 'go die' in vile messages and now feels her online relationship with fans has been 'ruined,' after facing backlash for using the slur during an interview

She had allegedly been told to ‘go die’ in vile messages and now feels her online relationship with fans has been ‘ruined,’ after facing backlash for using the slur during an interview

Mending her ways: Jess had previously issued a lengthy Instagram apology vowing to 'educate' herself after sparking outrage by telling a story that included the transphobic slur

Mending her ways: Jess had previously issued a lengthy Instagram apology vowing to ‘educate’ herself after sparking outrage by telling a story that included the transphobic slur

A source told The Sun at the time that Jess decided to shut down her accounts in a bid to 'escape' the vile trolling she'd received

A source told The Sun at the time that Jess decided to shut down her accounts in a bid to ‘escape’ the vile trolling she’d received

Speaking out: They said: 'It's sad, because she had great relationships with her fans online, but that has been ruined'

Speaking out: They said: ‘It’s sad, because she had great relationships with her fans online, but that has been ruined’

The show must go on: However, Jess returned to the stage at the races, putting the incident behind her

The show must go on: However, Jess returned to the stage at the races, putting the incident behind her

A source told The Sun at the time that Jess decided to shut down her accounts in a bid to ‘escape’ the vile trolling she’d received and feels she’s being ‘relentlessly punished’ for a mistake which she had apologised for.

They said: ‘It’s sad, because she had great relationships with her fans online, but that has been ruined.

‘This has been an incredibly difficult exper­ience for her, especially at a time when she has been in lockdown and unable to distract herself.’

Pop prince: Jess's performance came as fellow singer Ronan Keating took to the stage at Haydock Race Course in Merseyside the same night

Pop prince: Jess’s performance came as fellow singer Ronan Keating took to the stage at Haydock Race Course in Merseyside the same night

Jess’s performance came as fellow singer Ronan Keating took to the stage at Haydock Race Course in Merseyside the same night.

The former Boyzone star, 44, opted for smart casual attire as he wore a khaki shirt which he left unbuttoned at the collar to reveal a white vest underneath.

The short sleeves of his top left his arms exposed to the cool night air, showing his body art as he sang on stage. 

Irish dream: The former Boyzone star, 44, opted for smart casual attire as he wore a khaki shirt which he left unbuttoned at the collar to reveal a white vest underneath

Irish dream: The former Boyzone star, 44, opted for smart casual attire as he wore a khaki shirt which he left unbuttoned at the collar to reveal a white vest underneath

Work of art: The short sleeves of his top left his arms exposed to the cool night air, showing his body art as he sang on stage

Work of art: The short sleeves of his top left his arms exposed to the cool night air, showing his body art as he sang on stage

Musical treat: He wore a pair of smartly pressed white trousers and a pair of brown shoes as he stood behind the microphone to bust out some of his hits

Musical treat: He wore a pair of smartly pressed white trousers and a pair of brown shoes as he stood behind the microphone to bust out some of his hits

Ronan appeared in good spirits during his gig after speaking earlier this summer about how the death of his mother and his 'best friend' Stephen Gately affected his mental health

Ronan appeared in good spirits during his gig after speaking earlier this summer about how the death of his mother and his ‘best friend’ Stephen Gately affected his mental health

He wore a pair of smartly pressed white trousers and a pair of brown shoes as he stood behind the microphone to bust out some of his hits.

Ronan appeared in good spirits during his gig after speaking candidly earlier this summer about how the death of his mother and his ‘best friend’ Stephen Gately affected his mental health. 

During an appearance on Loose Women, Ronan – who is an ambassador for bereavement charity StrongMen – said: ‘Losing my mother at 21, and my best friend at 33 – Stephen Gately – I had to ask, “Am I doing ok?” The mind is a dark place and a scary place.’

Serious chat: During an appearance on Loose Women, Ronan - who is an ambassador for bereavement charity StrongMen - spoke of his experience

Serious chat: During an appearance on Loose Women, Ronan – who is an ambassador for bereavement charity StrongMen – spoke of his experience

Voice of experience: He said: 'Losing my mother at 21, and my best friend at 33 - Stephen Gately - I had to ask, "Am I doing ok?" The mind is a dark place and a scary place.'

Voice of experience: He said: ‘Losing my mother at 21, and my best friend at 33 – Stephen Gately – I had to ask, “Am I doing ok?” The mind is a dark place and a scary place.’

Ronan's mother Marie died of cancer at the age of 51 in 1998 while Boyzone star Stephen died aged 33 in 2009 due to an undetected heart condition

Ronan’s mother Marie died of cancer at the age of 51 in 1998 while Boyzone star Stephen died aged 33 in 2009 due to an undetected heart condition

Ronan’s mother Marie died of cancer at the age of 51 in 1998 while Boyzone star Stephen died aged 33 in 2009 due to an undetected heart condition.

In response to host Stacey Solomon – who asked: ‘What made you think more about your mental health in particular?’ – Ronan continued: ‘It’s times like that you re-evaluate and ask yourself: “Am I living the right way? Am I the best version of myself?”’

He added: ‘I have my doctor to talk to, it’s important we’re more comfortable to talk about it.’ 

Touching upon his role with StrongMen, doting father Ronan told the panel: ‘We are trying to encourage [men] to be more open, and how to deal with grief. One in three men find it hard to show their emotions.’

The hit-maker added: ‘We need to be able to speak to each other, it all leads on mental health.’

The hit-maker added: 'We need to be able to speak to each other, it all leads on mental health.'

The hit-maker added: ‘We need to be able to speak to each other, it all leads on mental health.’

Tragic: Boyzone star Stephen Gately died aged 33 in 2009 due to an undetected heart condition (Ronan and Stephen pictured together that year)

Tragic: Boyzone star Stephen Gately died aged 33 in 2009 due to an undetected heart condition (Ronan and Stephen pictured together that year)

Tragic loss: Ronan's mother Marie died of cancer at the age of 51 in 1998 and the star has now spoken about how that impacted him

Tragic loss: Ronan’s mother Marie died of cancer at the age of 51 in 1998 and the star has now spoken about how that impacted him 


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